Meeting Room - Maze Branch

Preschool Playgroup

Come join our open playgroup for kids ages 3+, with a caregiver. Enjoy toys and music, plus have fun and socialize with other children and adults! All are welcome.

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Zombie Valentine's Day Movie Night

Not really feeling the pink and glitter of Valentine's Day hearts? Then come watch Zombies eat hearts. Join us as we watch the movie 'Warm Bodies' celebrating the alternative Valentine's Day experience. Zombie finger food will be available. All welcome. No registration required.

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Local Epicurean: Writing About Food, Eating Bugs, and Becoming a Better Person

Join local food journalist, David Hammond, as he shares his passion for food with us. He'll answer the questions about why he got into food writing, how he ended up gaining international recognition for eating crawling things that most people step on, and how writing about food is just one way to become,as unbearably corny as it may sound, a better person. Topics will include strategies for how you might get into food writing too. All ages.

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Teen Rockumentaries: "Under the Great White Northern Lights"

Come join us at Maze to explore the world of music. Enjoy some popcorn while learning about the music of the White Stripes. We'll follow the rockin' film up with a bit of Rock Band, so bring some friends and come enjoy the tunes. This is a Teen Event, no registration required.

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Silence Is Golden Film Series: Nosferatu

Want to escape for awhile from the world of cell phones, tablets, and 3D films? Join us at Maze as we head back to the days before the "talkies" and explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of silent films! This month's film is Nosferatu (1922, 81 mins), the creepiest vampire movie ever made. Count Orlov looks as though he really crawls out of a casket at night and drinks only blood!

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Silence Is Golden Film Series: The Last Laugh

Want to escape for awhile from the world of cell phones, tablets, and 3D films? Join us at Maze as we head back to the days before the "talkies" and explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of silent films! This month's film is The Last Laugh (1924, 90 mins). Emil Jannings is demoted from his position as a doorman of a posh German hotel when he is thought to be too old and infirm to represent the elegant hotel's "brand."

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Justice - What's the Right Thing to Do?

Watch a video in which Harvard Professor Michael Sandel presents a variety of real-life scenarios on a variety of ethical topics and discuss them with others. Philosophers have debated these same questions across 2500 years.This month's discussion is on “Arguing Affirmative Action” and “What’s the Purpose?”

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Justice - What's the Right Thing to Do?

Watch a video in which Harvard Professor Michael Sandel presents a variety of real-life scenarios on a variety of ethical topics and discuss them with others. Philosophers have debated these same questions across 2500 years. This month's discussion is on “What’s a Fair Start” and “What Do We Deserve?”

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Justice - What's the Right Thing to Do?

Watch a video in which Harvard Professor Michael Sandel presents a variety of real-life scenarios on a variety of ethical topics and discuss them with others. Philosophers have debated these same questions across 2500 years.This month's discussion is on “A Lesson in Lying” and “A Deal is a Deal.”

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Justice - What's the Right Thing to Do?

Watch a video in which Harvard Professor Michael Sandel presents a variety of real-life scenarios on a variety of ethical topics and discuss them with others. Philosophers have debated these same questions across 2500 years.This month's discussion is on “Mind Your Motive” and “Supreme Principle of Morality.”

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